Sunday, October 23, 2016

We Describe the Movie...You Name It! (Halloween Month Edition)

It's been a long time since we played this game at the Cafe! The objective is simple: We offer a short, sometimes vague, description of a movie and you have to name it. As always, please don't answer more than three questions per day, so others can play.

1. Famous outlaw's chum is turned into a monster.

2. Rawhide star battles a vampire. Roll 'em, doggies!

3. Jane Eyre goes to St. Sebastian (well, kinda).

4. Cult anime film with a vampire and a talking hand.

5. Monster talks with Ygor's voice.

6. There's a lycanthrope lurking around a reformatory for young women.

7. It has to be the most spine-tingling of all horror movies.

8. There's a creepy scene in which the villain's face appears in a car's rearview mirror--but he not in the car.

9. Police hunt baby in a sewer.

10. Dracula dances to classic disco song.

11. Baron Boris Von Frankenstein heads the the Worldwide Organization of Monsters.

12. Basil Rathbone is a wolf...I mean, he plays Wolf.

13. I'm smelling mimosa. How 'bout you?

14. It ends the same way it begins...exactly.

15. "They're coming to get you, Barbara!"

23 comments:

  1. 5.Ghost Of Frankenstein
    12. Son of Frankenstein
    15. Night of the Living Dead

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    1. Great way to start this quiz with three right answers! Love that line out of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD.

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  2. #2 Curse of the Undead with Eric Fleming.
    #7 The Tingler
    #10 Love at First Bite with George Hamilton

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    1. Nice job, Randy. I thought CURSE OF THE UNDEAD was a pretty decent movie. Eric Fleming added credibility.

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  3. Everyone, please remember to read the rules and answer only three questions per day. That allows more people to play.

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  4. 3. I Walked with a Zombie
    8. The Devil Rides Out

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    1. Well done, Toto! I think that's an incredibly creepy scene in THE DEVIL RIDES OUT.

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    1. Nice job, Skippy! It's got a great opening song.

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  6. 6. "Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory" 1961?

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    1. That's it...and, though set in the U.S., it was made in Italy.

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  7. 1. "Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter" 1966?

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    1. You're 3 for 3. (BILLY THE KID VS. DRACULA is a better movie...)

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    1. Still the best "pure" ghost movie in my opinion.

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    1. Very good. (An underrated movie, too.)

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  10. 4. Vampire Hunter D (and I abhor anime films for the most part!)

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  11. That concludes this game. You guys made short work of it!

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  12. Wrong movie in the thumbnail. It's "Frankenstein", the Monster didn't talk till "Bride." Good quiz, though.

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